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HP recalls laptops due to 'fire and burn hazards'

HP has announced it is to recall lithium-ion computer batteries in more than 128,500 laptops. This is due to the danger of potential fire and burn hazards, resulting from malfunctions.

Citing 'economic reasons,' HP halts production in St. Petersburg

California-based PC giant Hewlett-Packard announced on Tuesday it was pulling up stakes at its Shushary factory near St. Petersburg, Russia.

Presidential candidate Carly Fiorina gets trolled with website

Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina is the latest presidential candidate to be trolled by a website featuring his or her name in the URL.

HP cuts more jobs than expected

San Francisco - Hewlett Packard, the ailing technology firm, aims to slash more jobs as its relevance continues to take on losses. Are the good fortunes of the company on the decline?

Tech leaders collaborate, unite over unified interoperability

San Ramon - On May 19, 2010, five leading technology companies founded the Unified Communications Interoperability Forum (UCIF), a non-profit collaboration between tech firms to maximize the interoperability of unified communications (UC).

Op-Ed: Personal Computer sales suffering a serious slump

Brandon - Two of the big names in personal computers Hewlett-Packard and Dell report disappointing sales as new products compete with laptops and desktops.

Report says HP printers at risk from hackers, ID theft and fires

Are you at risk for your printer getting set on fire? Security researchers say yes, this is possible, along with some other potentially serious risk factors.

Steve Jobs unveils plans for 'spaceship' headquarters

Cupertino - In an announcement made to the Cupertino City Council on Tuesday, Apple’s chief executive, Steve Jobs, announced plans to build a unique spaceship-looking headquarters in Cupertino, California.

Hewlett Packard's loss is Oracle's gain?

Redwood, California - On September 6, 2010 Oracle hardware server giant and company consumer announced the hiring of former Hewlett Packard Chief Executive Officer Mark Hurd.

With HP’s ePrint, new age of printing heads towards the clouds

HP is trying to change the way we will print in the near future. The printer is becoming a standalone gadget. Unfettered from the desktop, HP's ePrint technology allows you to email documents to be printed elsewhere.

HP introduces new multi-touch enabled tablet, notebook PC's

HP has today taken the wraps off its latest small-to-medium business laptops, showing off a new multi-touch tablet PC and software which displays your calendar (12-hour time period) and battery charge level whilst the computer boots up.

HP Recalls Notebook Computer Batteries

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product.

Hewlett Packard unveils free iPrint app for iPhone

HP has announced a new application for the Apple iPhone called HP iPrint Photo. The app allows iPhone users to print photos from their mobiles using certain Wi-Fi equipped printers.

Greenpeace: Hewlett Packard Commits To Phase Out Use Of Toxics

Greenpeace activists scored a victory recently when electronics manufacturer Hewlett Packard committed to eliminating a range of hazardous chemicals in its products over a determined time frame.

Hewlett Packard Starts Producing Recycled Ink Cartridges

Hewlett Packard has started manufacturing its cartridges from fully recycled old cartridges and water bottles. The technology enabling it is called the ‘closed loops plastic recycling system’ and the cartridges are not any pricier.

HP No Longer Makes Digital Cameras

Following a steady decline in market share Hewlett-Packard announces they are retreating from the digital camera business. HP will instead focus on a new "Print 2.0" strategy.

HP Announces Biggest Product Launch Since LaserJet - But You Can't Buy One

'Edgeline' technology printers will be HP's biggest product launch ever, but they will not be available to consumers. Consumers are only allowed to purchase the printing services they provide.

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Hewlett Packard's MediaSmart Server turned out to be the only Original Equipment manufacturer to jump on the Windows Home Server bandwagon. It was also the first to jump off Windows Home Server 2011.
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